#235: Snowpocalypse 2016

Four days, two last week and two more this week, have been added to our holiday break, the result of some kind of snow event, the first, hardly anything to write home about, the second, enough for snow people and dangerous driving conditions. A few of my colleagues took hours to get home yesterday afternoonContinue reading “#235: Snowpocalypse 2016”

#76: The Obligatory Snow Poem

It’s been six years since we’ve seen snow in our neck of the woods and I was beginning to fear the end of snow forever and ever, another casualty of the warming planet. But lo and behold, it snows and snows and snows and snows. The cars are buried, the driveway become invisible, the branchesContinue reading “#76: The Obligatory Snow Poem”